Kind Visitors, I’ll be posting available work below, as it comes to fruition. I’ll also announce new pieces to my e-mail list, and in the ‘Social’ realms.
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Here' is a Fairy Shrimp, denizen of some enchanted inlet. She is sculpted in Japanese air-dry clay, with mulberry paper. The paper, tengucho, is a fine traditional tissue is sometimes used for archival restorations. Here, it’s rendered both strong and translucent with an acrylic gel medium. It’s a technique I’ve been developing for light-catching, near-transparent elements. Shrimp is tinted with acrylics, warm with faint hints of green, and touched with iridescent gold. She enjoys a bit of back-light, to show off her sea-being delicacy. Her bones are stainless steel wire with brass rods. The whole piece stands about 13” tall.
$875. plus $35 shipping and handling within the United States (I’m happy to ship overseas, but it’s likely a bit more — just drop me a line!). If you’d like to purchase her, this bright yellow button will take you to PayPal.
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